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automapper should also work with same input/output types
It is a common pattern to work twice on a output card, e.g.:- when the output should also include summarized amounts of several output records that need to be built/calculated first- when the header should announce how many records will followNow ...
Autmoapper from output to output
The automapper is very useful, but only does input to output. In some cases, we need to prepare mapping in one output card, and enrich it later in a following output card. Currently, it can be done but needs some cards copy and moving, and this wo...
A new WARN() function, which would work similar to FAIL()
I propose a new function WARN(), which would work in a similar way to FAIL() and end the map with a specific warning code.
Create multiple indexes in one shot
When developing and working with item(s), it could be interesting to create several indexes of an item in one shot. This is to avoid using the "add index" function again and again (which is time consuming)
Handling XML data Using WTX map
We have a WTX translation map from xml to Legacy format. The source xml type tree has been created with the XSD schema. Currently the map was working fine with the xml data because it is matching with type tree structure. However the client is say...
ITX Design Studio Eclipse in sync with Rational Developer for z Systems
We deploy Eclipse tooling to our developers. It would be very benificial if we can include the ITX plugin in our RDz package. The request therefore is to have the ITX Eclipse plugin upgraded to the same Eclipse version as being used for RDz. It sh...
WTX should not crash when a resource value is too large.
Although the limits in resource values is documented, it is still possible to enter too long a value in a mrn file.This crashes the studio when running a map, even if the faulty resource is not used by the map.The resource registry tool should als...
Need to be able to specify columns when inserting data in a table from a card.
At the moment, the DB adapter does an INSERT INTO table_name VALUES (..., which implies that we insert into all columns.This makes the map depending on the table design, and in out case, where multiple projects may update the tables, create confli...
Database Interface Designer should take care of all character sets, and not only the obsolete ones
Currently (in 188.8.131.52 and earlier), Database Interface Designer cannot be told to use character sets other than the "historic" ones.It is of course possible to convert the type trees later, but would be better not to have to.
support milliseconds in datetime
A lot of operations track times to the millisecond. This request is to add millisecond support to ITX.
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